Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Thermodynamics - Section 1 (Q.No. 1)
1.
All the commercial liquid fuels are derived from natural petroleum (or crude oil).
True
False
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Mikaheel Azeez Babatunde said:   5 months ago
The right answer is false, not all liquid fuel are produced from crude oil. Although majorly all liquid fuels are produced from crude oil there are several liquid oils out there that are produced from other sources, examples of these are hydrogen fuel, liquified natural gas, synthetic oil, and so on.
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Naveen said:   2 years ago
All commercial liquids are derived from crude oil.
(1)

Pawan said:   3 years ago
Answer A is correct because of the basic is raw material and the raw material is crude oil and after that, we purifying at different temperature and get a different product.

Sanjay s said:   4 years ago
All commercial liquids are derived from crude oil.
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Daniels I. said:   5 years ago
What about coal oil from destructive distillation of coal?

V.Kalyan said:   5 years ago
All liquids are come from crude oil.

Nagur Saheb said:   5 years ago
Crude oil is not a pure oil after refining we get petrol, diesel, kerosine, grease etc.

Vinay k said:   5 years ago
Fractional distillation process is used to extract the fuel.

Vinay k said:   5 years ago
Fractional distillation process is used to extract the fuel.

Vinay k said:   5 years ago
Fractional distillation process is used to extract the fuel.


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